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FOX News
Feb 9, 2013 12:00pm PST
couldn't do it under president obama in 2009 when they were spending hundreds of billions of dollars, the answer is no. the regulatory morass is insurmountable and politics play a role. we waste hundreds of billions of dollars on mass transit. it has a role in certain parts of the country but tens of billions that could have been used for real infrastructure. >> dave: so there may have been a time when massive projects, there is too many regs to make it efficient. >> i don't see the private market stepping up to do the job. wait a minute, this country is turning into a third world nation. our infrastructure is truly crumbling. >> they are using private contractors and there are questions at that level. we have an oil and gas boom. our infrastructure at that level is poor. there is a bottleneck at the refineries. we're going to need more than pipelines to make that part of the economy. >> dave: rick has a point when he goes after monopolies but the worst is the government. all the private sector competition and that leads to corruption, no? >> i think you can point to that, but you ca
FOX Business
Feb 7, 2013 9:00pm EST
and obama's to the top is based on idea that competition is good, if kid free to take their school money to any school, competition among schools, including for-profit chains, will force schools to get better or go out of business, but unions do not like that. >> there is a profit motive behind this extra testing. >> we need to get corporations out of the school. john: union said that school choice within a rich corporation, but further impoverish poor teachers. teachers paid enough? >> no. john: some makeover $100 thousand a year. >> they are not making enough. john: matt damon agrees with that, his mom is a union teacher. >> a teacher wants to teach, why else would you take a [ bleep ] salary and real long hours? john: teachers make a [ bleep ] salary? maybe to matt damon, today american teachers make more per hour than account anes, nurses and architects. >> i can guarantee you, it is not about the money. john: a former dc politician. >> i gave the school system 300 million new dollars. the test scores went down, they grew central offers, they had more deputies to the asis to know to
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